Alexandra Aja's 2006 remake of Wes Craven's The Hills Have Eyes had its moments, so it's not too surprising to see a gruesome sequel. Unfortunately, Aja has bugged out for greener territories. By way of compensation, Craven is back aboard as screenwriter (along with son Jonathan Craven). Perhaps he's trying to make up for his 1985 bomb The Hills Have Eyes Part II (a certified all-time stinker). This time around, a group of National Guard trainees find themselves attacked by vicious desert-dwelling mutants.89 minutes R.